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12:00 AM, November 19, 2017 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:38 AM, November 19, 2017

Prottoy launched anti-drug awareness campaign

Recently a press conference was held at the premises of Prottoy Medical Clinic Ltd. to launch a nationwide anti-drug awareness campaign with the slogan “Ar madok noy, ei hok prottoy” (To be drug free, committed we shall be).

Honourable Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, Mr. Anisul Haque was present as the Chief Guest. As special guests, Mashrafe Mortaza, Captain of Bangladesh national ODI cricket team, Dr. Syed Imamul Hossain, Chief Consultant of Department of Narcotics Control and Mr. Nazmul Haque, Chairman of Prottoy Medical Clinic was present.

Mashrafe stated, “Todays’ youth, ones with overwhelming potential, could take Bangladesh’s sports to the next level, but they are just losing their way in the vicious world of drugs and wasting their lives. Bangladesh needs these talents to break free of this dark world and walk towards the brighter future. Therefore, I pledge to work towards making Bangladesh Drug free and ask you all to unite in this effort.”

The speakers at the press conference all vowed to work towards prevention of drug abuse. They urged people from all works of life to be part of this campaign by following these simple steps:

*  Make your own video in your cell phone saying “Ar madok noy, ei hok prottoy”

*  Tag and share this video in Prottoy medical Clinic’s facebook page (

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